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1882. He lived in Australia briefly 1
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Percy Grainger was innovative 1
Scotland. It was the inspiration by Robert Burns’ poem The Banks of Doon 1
The Prelinger Archive 1
Ye Banks and Braes O’Bonnie Doon (1923) By Percy Aldridge Grainger Composer Percy Aldridge Grainger was born in Australia on July 8 1
and continued his professional career in England and America. As a composer 1
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compositing and layers 1
implying the steady flow of the rive 1
improvising 1
moved to study piano in Frankfurt 1
pioneering in Folk Music collections and experimenting with electronic music. He used Edison’s first recording device to collect folk songs in his precocious travels. Grainger's arrangement of the Scottish song "The Caledonian Hunt's Delight" became "Ye Banks and Braes O' Bonnie Doon". This setting is written in a malleable scoring fashion and can be played by various combinations of instrumentation. The river Doon flows gracefully between the Loch Doon and the Firth of Clyde in Stirlingshire 1
using irregular rhythms 1
written in 1783. Grainger’s setting uses a five-note mel¬ody 1